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  • Hugh R. Manes dies at 84; lawyer fought for victims of police misconduct

    Hugh R. Manes dies at 84; lawyer fought for victims of police misconduct
    Hugh R. Manes, a veteran civil rights lawyer who for 40 years fought for victims of police misconduct, died Saturday at his Los Angeles home after a long battle with emphysema, according to his law partner, Carol Watson. He was 84. Manes began...
  • Metrolink board lacks firsthand passenger experience

    About seven to 10 times each month, Art Brown hops on a Metrolink train. As a member of the commuter rail's five-county governing board, he usually carries a bag imprinted with the word "Metrolink." Brown says he does it to attract comments from other...
  • Isuzu quitting U.S. car market

    Isuzu quitting U.S. car market
    No lie, Isuzu is outta here. The Japanese automaker, famous for its commercials featuring a less-than-honest salesman, said Wednesday that it would stop selling passenger vehicles in the U.S., as sales declined to almost nothing in recent years. The...
  • Skateboarding Bulldogs in the Rose Parade

    RAUL R. RODGRIUEZ has pioneered the design of hundreds of floats for the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena. A third generation native of Los Angeles, Rodriguez's career began at the age of 15, when he created his first Rose Parade float. A...
  • Trophy Winners of 120th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade

    Trophy winners for the 120th Tournament of Roses with the theme "Hats Off to Entertainment:" The inaugural Viewer's Choice Award went to the Cal Poly universities' float "Seaside Amusement." The float features a ocean-side amusement park, complete with...
  • Police Search for Man Accused of Kidnap and Rape

    CERRRITOS-- The Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department is seeking the publics help in identifying a man accused of kidnapping and raping a woman in Cerritos. Sheriffs detectives describe the man as a 30-35 year-old male, Hispanic, 5'9''-5'10'',...
  • LG Phone Giveaway Official Rules

    KTLA - TV AND AT&T PRESENT "LG PHONE GIVEAWAY" SWEEPSTAKES OFFICIAL RULES No Purchase Necessary.   SPONSORS KTLA-TV, 5800 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90028; AT&T, 12900 Park Plaza Drive, Cerritos, California 90703 SWEEPSTAKES DATES...
  • SoCal City Ranks Worst in Nation for Cancer Risk

    SoCal City Ranks Worst in Nation for Cancer Risk
    LOS ANGELES -- Parts of Los Angeles rank number one among cities across the country where people face an increased cancer risk. A new report conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency found that millions of people living in nearly 600 neighborhoods...
  • Two local cities ranked among nations most playful

    Two local cities ranked among nations most playful
    Two San Diego County cities were recognized in a national survey for efforts to increase youth recreational opportunities, it was announced Monday. Along with seven other California cities, Encinitas and La Mesa made the "2009 Playful City USA'' list...
  • Don't forget Anton Refregier's murals in San Francisco

    Golden thoughts of San Francisco Regarding Chris Reynolds' "San Francisco Treasure Hunt" [March 8]. I'm surprised he didn't include the Anton Refregier murals in what used to be the Rincon Annex Post Office, now a redeveloped complex. The building is...
  • DRAMATIC VIDEO: Firefighters rescue trapped tree trimmer

    DRAMATIC VIDEO: Firefighters rescue trapped tree trimmer
    Firefighters rescued a tree trimmer who became trapped in a 60 foot palm tree. A rescue call was made to 13000 block of Cerritos around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Los Angeles county. Rescue crews used a ladder to get to the man who had become trapped by...
  • Farms gone, city treasures green space

    Astride the eastern edge of the Los Angeles County line sits the city of Cerritos, a suburban hamlet once known more for its large dairy farms than for tree-lined neighborhoods of tract houses and the widely touted Auto Square. Early days Incorporated...